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  FOX    430am Newscast    News  News/Business. New. (CC)  

    September 10, 2012
    4:30 - 4:59am PDT  

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interstate 880. let's go back to pam. overnight shots rang out in a quiet neighborhood in oakland and now one man is in the hospital. alex savidge is right near lake merit with more on what police found at the scene that led them to a suspect. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. there was a gun recovered here at the crime scene. at this point oakland police are telling us they do have a person detained in connection with this shooting. it happened right here behind us at 4900 block of lee -- 400 block of lee street. quite a few investigators are out here. this streis still blocked off. police tell us this began as a robbery but ended with one man being shot. the woman he was with though was not hurt. shooting happened just before 2:00 this morning. the armed robber apparently shot this man in the arm and in the chest. he was taken to the hospital. his condition is unclear this morning. but again we do understand police somehow detained a
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person detained the shooter. we are waiting to speak with one of the commanding officers here on scene. one man shot during a robbery not too far away from lake merit. live this morning in oakland alex savidge. a father and son are lucky to be alive after their plane went down in the water off the central coast. tara moriarty joins us now from the coast guard station at sfo with new video of that rescue. tara. >> reporter: just after 3:00 yesterday afternoon the coast guard here and in los angeles received a may day call. someone was in trouble. the san francisco crew was the fist to arrive and able to make a dramatic rescue before their plane sank. the coast guard provided ktvu with this video of the two people clutched from their down cessna like plane. it made an emergency landing mt. waters off the coast after having engine trouble. >> we grabbed the older gentleman which is in his 70s
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and we recovered the second gentleman which is in his 30s. both these guys were a father and son duo that do this trip often go up the coast toward canada. >> reporter: now the older man was suffering from hyperthermia. both victims were okay. how did crews locate the plane so quickly? it's something every pilot should have. coming up we'll tell you what it was and how if they didn't have they may not have survived. 7-eleven employee killed inside the store and the give upman is still on -- and the gunman is still on the loose. the store clerk was pronounced dead at the scene. his name has not been released. anyone with information is asked to call milpitas police. it was two years ago today
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that a natural gas pipeline exploded into a fire ball in san bruno changing lives forever. last night people living in the city marked the second anniversary of the disaster with two separate memorials. the first was held at san bruno city pack to reveal a plaque with the names of the eight people killed. the mayor hopes the tragedy will lead to important safety measures. >> you have to keep in mind this happened in san bruno but it's not just because we are san bruno. it could have happened anywhere. >> the second memorial was held at 611 in the crest crest-- was held at 6:11 in the crest more neighborhood. the exact time and place where the explosion happened. now on our website we have a collection of stories we have done on the 2010 explosion. just click on the san bruno fire tab of ktvu.com. a vigil is planned tomorrow
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for college student from lafayette who was found dead in the sacramento river. 20-year-old brett olson disappeared eight days ago while tubing down the river near chico. his body was found yesterday. olson was a student at cal polly. >> i just got to think of the good side of it. it's a great kid. it's sad but i really do think about all the positive things and great times we had together. >> police say the 20-year-old drowned. there is no sign of foul play. the now the vigil in his honor will begin at 7:00 tomorrow night at o.k. ran any high school in lafayette. time is 4:34. a memorial service is now planned for tomorrow for uc davis student le nay yeah lomax. lomax had been missing for more
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than two months. authorities are investigating how she died but they say they doo not suspect foul play. this morning walnut creek police continue to investigate a crash that killed one woman and injured another. on saturday night a pickup truck suddenly drove on to the sidewalk and hit two women walking right in front of the marriott hotel on north main street. one woman from santa barbara 52- year-old sherry hicks died at the scene. the other woman was taken to john mere medical center. >> it wept to there was a wreck outside to it was a horrific scene. >> the driver of the truck has been identified as 53-year-old ho sane tay bee see of walnut creek. he is featuring charges of vehicle manslaughter. the driver killed in a crash in san bruno late saturday night has been
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identified the owner of a local restaurant. he was driving north on interstate 280 when he ran into a concrete wall near the 380 connector. he was the owner of don pee coast restaurant. investigators are look into whether ma highway yeah suffered a medical problem in the moments before the crash. election 2012 news this morning president obama is coming back to the bay area for another fundraiser before the november election. according to the san francisco chronicle, the president will be in san francisco on monday october 8th. exact details of the visit have not been released. earlier the president's campaign have released they have raised $114 million in august. for the first time in four months that outdid republican nominee mitt romney. his campaign brought in $111 million. time now 4:37. the former navy seal that wrote a book about the raid to kill osama bin laden is speaking
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out. >> i really try to give the reader a sense of what it's like to be there. >> coming up in seven minutes, why the man calling himself mark owens says why the public needs to know what happened. right now 4:36 is the time. i'm happy to welcome back sal castaneda. i hope you had a nice time off. >> i did, pam, thank you very much. we are starting off the morning with a pretty clean slate as it comes to driving around the bay on this monday. tough day on this monday. it looks pretty good. let's take a look at 80 westbound as you head out to the maccar their maze. maze-- mccarthur maze. the road work on 880 northbound is still blocking one of the lanes there near high street. not effecting too many people. this is a look at 280
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northbound in san jose. that traffic is moving along very well. 4:37 hello steve. i haven't talked to you in two weeks. >> it's been awhile. >> nice to have you back. kind of a quiet pattern. september you can usual lip get that offshore event and the coast warms up and we get some of your hottest temperatures. so far we are carrying what we had in august to september. there is no sign of any rain either. slightly warmer today. coast, morning fog and then 60s. although santa cruz will be in the 80s. they are getting a down slope pattern there. around the bay clearing 70s. 50s and 40s. we had cool readings yesterday. sunday morning i do believe sonoma county airport dipped to a brisk 49. it's 48 right now. west, southwest 15 out at travis. west five at sfo. still a little bit of an on shore component. what is new? a little low in the -- but
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again. it will be a little hum pattern. 60s and 80s. there will be a little warmer there. fog, sun and mild to warm. coast, bay, fog will give way to sunshine. looks like a nice day. unless you don't like anything over 75. temperatures in the 80s inland. 60s along the coast to 70s for many. slightly cooler on tuesday and really quiet pattern wednesday. take that into thursday. could be a warm none toward the weekend. pam. >> thank you. it is 3:-- 4:39. this morning we are learning about the memorial service planned for a police officer in the bay area. chicago teachers hitting the picket line. the three reasons they are striking for the first time in 25 years. and tomorrow the country marks 11 years since the september 11th terror attacks. the local events where you can pay your respects.
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good morning. we have morning fog but it looks like that will burn off. temperatures inrabid will come up a little bit. chp officer kenyan youngstrom will be held this thursday. a group called police and fire the fallen heros created a memorial for youngstrom yesterday. it was on the shoulder of 680 where he was shot. christopher lacy was shot and killed by a second officer. officer youngstrom's memorial service will be held thursday at 10:00 at the mission church on leisure town road. on the first la dozens of -- on the peninsula dozens gathered to remember police officers, firefighters, and other emergency responders.
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the bell rang 72 times for each of the professionals that lost their lives in the line of duty or passed away after retiring. new this morning the u.s. government has gwynn afghan officials full control of a prison where thousands of taliban and terror suspects are detained. afghan president called the transfer a victory for his country's sovereignty. they currently house 3,000 detainees but the u.s. recently stopped transferring suspects after they questioned long-term detentions without charges. we are finally getting a firsthand look at the top secret raid that killed osama bin laden. a former navy seal using the name mark owen is speaking out for the first time in a book called no ecesises day. he sat down for security reasons. but for security reasons his voice and appearance was altered. the pentagon is threatening legal action against owen because it was not submitted
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for prepublication security revie. >> this was one of the most significant operations in u.s. history and it's something i believe deserves to be told right. and deserves to go in a book and stand for itself. >> the american public doesn't need to know what happened exactly in that building. >> reporter: the book is on store shelves nation-wide. owen says most of the books proceeds will be donated to charity. time now 4:45. tomorrow is the 11th anniversary of the september 11th terror attacks. tore moans will be held in new york, washington, and pennsylvania where the planes crashed that day. here in the bay area each of the 43 fire stations in san francisco will hold ceremonies beginning at 6:45 in the morning. lafayette there is a remembrance and vigil at 4:00 at the largest overpass flag display in the state. and san jose will hold a peace picnic at the city center. that will be at 5:00 in the
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evening. now we have a list of all of the september 11th remembrance events in the bay area. just click on the hot topic section of our website ktvu.com. again it's 4:45. sal is back this morning. it's nice to have you back, sal. >> thank you, pam. i appreciate that. and you know, it's on monday a lot of people are back to the grind unfortunately. you probably wish it was another weekend day. we will suffer through. let's go outside and take a look at 80 westbound. looks pretty good. there is no road work here. in fact, just looking at the whole 80 freeway between vallejo and berkeley and the lanes are clear for you. this morning on 580 it looks very nice as you drive through oakland all the way to the mccarthur maze. there is road work on 880 northbound near high street. stopped causing a big delay but you will see lane closure there is. this morning we are looking at the westbound bay bridge. that is nice. no major problems there. traffic continues to look good into san francisco. if you are driving on
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northbound 280 that is a nice looking drive getting up to highway 17. it is 4:46 let's go to steve. thank you, sir. yesterday a little cool down. system swept by to the north. high pressure went in by that. although there will be a few locations getting rather warm today. especially down toward santa cruz. morning fog 60s and 70s and coast. clearing around the bays 70s to a few 80s and 90 degrees. 40s and 50s the morning low. feels like a hint of fall sometimes. west, southwest 15. west at five sfo. a delta breeze in place. another low up here. high pressure in the southwest. no tropical moisture or anything. just daily subtle changes. today looks like a change to the warmer side. morning clouds, sunshine. coastal fog there for some. not for all. fog, sun, mild to warm. coast and bay fog will give way
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to warmer temps away from the coast. highs today 60s and 70s and 80s. anything on the five, six, seven day outlook really not much. a little cool down on tuesday and we keep it there wednesday and thursday. could be a little warmer toward the weekend. pam. >> thank you. time now is 4:47. and there is no suspect, no motive but there is a victim in critical condition. that is what san leandro police are dealing with after a man was shot several times including once in the head. now officers found the 48-year- old in a duplex on orchard street just before 8:30 last night. he was taken to eden medical center in castro valley. a motorcycle police officer was killed on the job while escorting president obama's motorcade in west palm beach florida. palm beach county says 55-year- old bruce was preparing to shut down a roadway when he was hit
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by a pickup truck. he is a 20-year veteran of the force. the motorcade was to escort the president to a campaign event. no charges have been filed jet against the driver. thousands of public schoolteachers in chicago walked off the job this morning. staging their first strike in 25 years. the teachers are walking the picket lines after contract talks broke down last night. at issue pay raises, health benefits, and a new teacher evaluation system that union leaders say will cost jobs. an estimated 25,000 teachers and support staff are expected to strike. >> this is a difficult decision and one we hoped we could have avoided. >> my team is available at any time now to pick up where we left off. so we can get our kids back in the classroom. >> despite the walk out, district officials plan to keep the city's 144 schools open so that students can eat breakfast and lunch.
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negotiations are expected to resume sometime today. several fires sparked by lightning storm have firefighters in washington state urging people to evacuate. some 180 homes in we gnat key are located near the 500-acre fire. one fire is still burning 1500 acres near white salmon. thousands of firefighters are working to contain nine major fires here in our state. the scotts fire in lake county is threatening 300 homes just outside of ukiah. 1300 firefighters continuing to battle two fires. they hope to have those contained today. now they are also working on a fire in mendocino county and of course that southern california san gabriel mountain fire. a black bear is back in the
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wild after taking a stroll through a southern california neighborhood. the bear was spotted yesterday morning right in front of some homes near a nail salon, and then walking around the track at a nearby high school. it walked on to a freeway onramp. temporarily shutting down the freeway. fish and game responded. tranquilized the bear. its ear was tagged to keep track of him before taken out to the forest. a central california home explodes and damages nearly two dozen homes at the same time. the two different scenarios police are investigating as possible causes. plus the raiders kick off a new season tonight on national television. why the team wants fannings to get -- the fans to get to the coliseum early and the incentives being offered.
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. it's 4:53. there are a lot of school perks when it comes to winning third place in the little league world series. petaluma nationals got to meet giants pitcher matt cane yesterday. he hosted a pizza party yesterday. taking photos and signing autographs. the oakland raiders start their season tonight hosting the chargers.
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kickoff is 7:15. the team is asking fans to be at the coliseum at least an hour before that because of the new airport style medal detectors. if you get there early you will get a performance by rapper ice cube and you could win autographed memorabilia. the 49ers got the 2012 season off to a good start with a victory over the packers. it was their first win at lambeau field in 22 years. quarterback alex smith throw for 211 yards and two touchdowns. david acres die tied the nfl -- tied the nfl record with a 63- yard field goal that jumped off the cross guard and kept going. 4:54 is the time. back over to sal. hopefully no problems sal. >> no problems. i watch sported all -- sports all day. [ laughter ] let's take a look at the commute. there is more sports tonight as pam mentioned the raiders are
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playing here in oakland. you should give yourself plenty of time if you are trying to go to that game tonight. this is a look at 80 westbound. looks pretty good heading out to the mccarthur maze with no major problems. this is a look at the toll plaza. of course we keep looking at that. there is nothing going on. one of the things i do want to mention if you are going to be taking 880 near the coliseum all day we will be watching that. you know the raider fans get there early. who is to blame them. this is a look at 280 northbound. that traffic is moving along pretty well. steve. >> sal. my friend denise should be there tonight. >> what is the weather going to be like? >> nice. we do have again a quiet pattern. yesterday we cooled down. low system went into the north. i'm trying to find something beyond the subtle changes and there is not much going on for the seven, ten, even 15 day
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outlook. 40s and 50s. a little cool here in the mornings. yesterday north bay had low 40s and upper 30s. i don't think we will see that today. west five, west southwest 15. no outrageous sea breeze. system move into the north. high pressure will build in behind that. give us a slight offshore breeze. a little bit warmer inland. 60s and 70s and 80s. santa cruz has been pretty nice. fog, sun, mild for some. cool for others but warm. and we'll see 80s to near 90 degrees for some. a lot of upper 70s and 80s. santa rosa 85. san jose 79. oakland 73. san mateo at 75. slightly cooler an tuesday. just level it off on wednesday. keep it there. it could be a little warmer especially friday and saturday. it looks league it retreats and cooler weather moves. tonight people in vallejo will have a chance to ask the city's acting police chief about the seventh officer
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involved shooting of the year. 23-year-old mario romero was shot to death last wednesday. he got out of a car with what appeared to be a gun. out of the seven police shootings five have been deadly and some people think the city needs to have a citizen review commission to oversee current police activity. the meeting is tonight at 6:30 in the city hall council chambers. investigators are trying to piece together what caused a home in ceres to explode. right now investigators don't know how it happened but they are looking into a possible gas line rupture. now that home was raided last week and police found several pot plants growing in the backyard. up next occupy protestors in albany are at it again. the role vegetables played at a black in add a site owned by uc berkeley. minutes ago we learned new
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information about the overnight shooting in oakland. what happened that forced an off duty police officer to shoot a would-be robber.
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good morning. new information on that overnight shooting in